Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 6-7 November 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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DP World Maputo opens new trade opportunities for South African commodity importers
WHARF TALK: in port for an emergency – KIRAN EUROPE
Hospital ship Global Mercy: Mercy Ships looks to Nor-Shipping 2022 to boost support
Ghana’s proposed Keta port is “not dead” says D-G
Hidden Debts scandal: viability study was “unrealistic”, says witness – AIM report
Final drilling of Rovuma Basin Area 4 taking place ahead of FLNG arrival
Botswana commences iron ore shipments to China
Decarbonisation of shipping: World Shipping Council calls on the EU to step forward
WHARF TALK: petrol from Amsterdam – AZURITE
Fishing for solutions – the climate catastrophe: the time for action is now
IMO at COP 26: Updates on work to cut GHG emissions from shipping
Port Sudan port temporarily reopened
WHARF TALK: container ship – MSC ARICA
First new SMH H10 diesel locomotive for Tanzania Railways Corporation handed over
Maersk expands logistics network with acquisition of Senator International
Maersk records record 3rd Quarter, in line for record full year result
CEVA deploys new fish loaders to Ivory Coast port of Abidjan
Transnet records hefty R8.4 billion loss for financial year
IMO-Singapore and Lobito, Angola: Maritime Single Window project
Xeneta container rates alert: strong demand and supply chain strain continue to drive long-term ocean freight rates
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Shipping’s ambitious climate targets: Seafarers call for sustainability
Bowmans and Gide announce a strategic co-operation agreement:  enhanced legal services provided to clients across Africa
Transnet pipeline fire in Durban – 3 dead

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